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Dobson announced as Trinity Wheelchair RL Head Coach

2021-04-22T11:50:12+00:00April 22nd, 2021|Scotland Wheelchair RL, Uncategorized|

Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation announced Dobson as their first-ever Wheelchair Rugby League Head Coach. Bringing in a wealth of experience within the Wheelchair game, Dobson has been trusted to lead the Foundation’s side ahead of this year’s World Cup. After discovering the game through a YouTube video in 2011, Dobson enjoyed a glittering playing [...]

Wheelchair Squad named for Celtic Cup

2021-04-13T08:19:53+00:00April 7th, 2021|Scotland Wheelchair RL, Wheelchair|

The Bravehearts will take on Wales and Ireland on their home turf, with the competition taking place on June 12th at the Sport & Exercise Pleasance, The University of Edinburgh. The tournament will be the team's first matches in over a year, and their first matches under new joint Head Coach, Mark Roughsedge. 'This [...]

Super League Preview

2021-03-25T16:43:48+00:00March 25th, 2021|Scotland RL Team, Uncategorized|

With fans missing last season, the possibility of a return to stadiums this season will draw excitement. Take a look at the 13 Bravehearts involved, as well as some key fixtures for Scottish Super League fans to mark in their calendars. JOE WARDLE – HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS Wardle re-joined Huddersfield in 2019, having previously spent [...]

Aitken ready for 2021

2021-03-10T12:15:00+00:00March 10th, 2021|Scotland RL Team|

The 2021 National Rugby League (NRL) season is set to kick off on Thursday, with Scottish interest in the competition taking the form of hard-hitting centre, Euan Aitken. Aitken, who is Scotland’s 174th Senior Men’s International, will be competing for the New Zealand Warriors, having made an off-season transfer from St George Illawarra Dragons. [...]

Scotland Wheelchair embark on Edinburgh to Sheffield Challenge

2021-02-11T15:35:21+00:00February 1st, 2021|Wheelchair|

The Scotland Wheelchair Rugby League team are taking up the challenge of covering 255 miles individually between February 1st- April 30th, to raise funds for their 2021 Rugby League World Cup campaign. 255 miles is the distance between Edinburgh and Sheffield, where the team will be based for the upcoming tournament, at the English [...]

Legacy: The Class of ‘95

2020-08-15T12:00:40+00:00August 14th, 2020|RL News|

Oh, what might have been. If Struan Douglas is to be believed, the first full men’s international for Scotland Rugby League, played 25 years ago yesterday, could well have been a victory. The Stena Sealink Challenge vs Ireland, at the Royal Dublin Showgrounds on the 13th of August 1995 was a landmark occasion for Rugby [...]

Getting to know… Danny Addy

2020-07-28T15:00:38+00:00July 28th, 2020|Getting to know|

1) When was your Scotland debut? 2013 2) What has been your best Scotland moment? Probably either touring Aus and NZ or drawing to the kiwis in cumbria 3) Who is the best opposition player you’ve faced? Cameron Smith probably, but played against Australia, New Zealand, and England so take your pick 4) What [...]

Getting to know… Matty Russell

2020-06-17T19:34:53+00:00June 16th, 2020|Getting to know|

1. When was your Scotland debut? My Scotland debut, was against PNG in a friendly, I then made my full debut against Tonga when we won that game as massive underdogs. 2. What has been your best Scotland moment? My favourite Scotland moment, is a tough one. I have two. The draw against New [...]

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